who is Kimia' Workman
Kimia’ M. Workman was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland to her parents Coakley and Stephanie Workman as an only child. Beginning her career in theater and dance, she later transitioned to film and television, and also radio and television broadcasting. She is a graduate of Baltimore City Community College, Morgan State University, and Sheffield Institute for the Recording Arts. At BCCC, she received her AA in general studies, at Morgan she studied Telecommunications with a concentration in broadcast journalism receiving her B.S. degree, while also studying Theater Arts, and at SIRA, she received a certificate in careers in TV and Radio. Kimia’ was a three season athlete in high school, earning letters in Volleyball, Basketball, and Softball, then went on to play Volleyball and Basketball at the collegiate level. Upon graduating, she sought to focus on a career in entertainment. In her spare time, she enjoys sports, mostly basketball, softball, volleyball, tennis, and boxing, loves working out, and also visits community centers to speak and interactive with the youth.
Kimia' M. Workman is an American film and television actress and media personality from Baltimore, Maryland. Her theater journey began in elementary school when she appeared as an actor and tap dancer in her very first play “It Don’t Mean A Thing If You Aint Got That Swing.” Her love for music, dance, and theater grew from that point, going on to participate in plays throughout high school and college. While studying theater, she also attended many acting seminars and workshops, later being represented by Cima Talent and Mike Lemon Casting. Kimia' is best known for her lead role in the short film Epiphany and supporting role in Love Cycle Beautiful Mistake, as well as appearances in a couple of web series and other short/feature films. She has also made TV appearances on HBO's Veep, and Investigation Discovery's Nightmare Next Door and Evil Twins. Kimia' is now in production for her webseries she wrote, produced, and directed called Shock Nation, set to release in 2017. She has currently written a webseries, 3 short films, 1 feature film, and about to start on her second series, and second feature film.
Kimia’ got her start in media as a senior in high school, interning as an anchor on the Educational Channel in Towson, Md. Appearing on Comcast ch. 73, she discussed topics related to Baltimore County Public Schools as well as community events. Upon graduating with her B.S. in Telecommunications and Broadcast Journalism, she was the winner of Baltimore’s Next Big Thing contest, receiving the K-Swift Scholarship to earn a certificate in Careers in TV/Radio from Sheffield Institute and the opportunity to be the host of Stone Soul TV, interviewing stars such as Jasmine Sullivan, Marcus Houston, Bobby V, and K-Michelle, just to name a few. Upon completion of the program, Kimia’ began interning for Baltimore’s Hip Hop and RnB station 92q Jams, where she was then hired for Radio One Inc., Baltimore and DC markets as a board operations engineer, which transitioned to an on air personality. She is also no stranger to internet radio, starting her own show called The 90s Play Lounge on WPBRadio.
Attending Anna Apacella’s Dance Studio, Kimia’ got her start in dance at the very young age of 5. She participated in tap, ballet, and modern dance. Later as her love for hip hop grew, she concentrated on modern and hip hop dance. She was a member of the Morganettes dance team at Morgan State University. She later taught hip hop fitness classes, and developed choreography and collaborated with music artists throughout D.C. Maryland, and Virginia. Some of her performances included openers for Trey Songz, Fantasia, and Musiq Soulchild, just to name a few.